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June 26th, 2007
Singularity Institute Method For Raising Funds For Artificial Intelligence Research Is Completely "Inside The Box"
A challenge has been launched to get people interested in donating to the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence (SIAI). The SIAI is focussed on developing artificial intelligence (AI) that can be used in speeding up developments in fields including nanotechnology. Their goal is to create a model that is has intelligence at the level that it can self improve. This is known as singularity.
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